Welcome to E-Free Church of Bozeman
Sunday Services are at 8:30 am, 11:00 am and 5:00 pm
What We Believe – Our Six Core Values
Glory – A Worshiping Church
God is worthy of worship. He designed sunflowers with the inclination to follow the sun as it traverses the sky. Every morning begins facing the rising sun. We have been created by God to worship Him and are invited daily to turn our face toward the Risen Son.
“The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour forth speech; night after night they reveal knowledge. (Psalms 19:1-2, NIV)
Finding Fertile Ground – A Biblical Church
A biblical church is a fruitful church. In the parable of the “Four Soils,” the seed that fell along the path, on the rocks or among the thorns was unfruitful. The seed that fell on good soil, however, brought an abundant harvest.
“The seed is the word of God.” (Luke 8:11b, NIV)
Still Waters – A Praying Church
Prayer is powerful. Inspired by Psalm 23, this painting illustrates the power of prayer. Through prayer, God provides protection from enemies and fulfillment of needs. As the psalmist sang, “But you, LORD, are a shield around me…” (Psalm 3:3, NIV).
“He leads me beside still waters….You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies…”
(Psalm 23:2, 5, ESV)
Sharing Roots – A Connected Church
A grove of Aspens – on the surface – may appear to be comprised of many individual trees. In reality, it is one living organism interconnected beneath the surface by its roots. Likewise, the church may – on the surface – appear to be a collection of individuals. In reality, all believers are part of the body of Christ, formed by God to live and serve in community.
“And all the believers lived in a wonderful harmony, holding everything in common.”
(Acts 2:44, The Message)
A Good and Faithful Servant – A Serving Church
God created us to serve. A Border Collie looks expectantly toward her unseen master, joyfully waiting to obey the next command. We, as followers of Christ, also focus our attention on our Unseen Master, joyfully waiting to obey God by serving others.
“I lift my eyes to you, O God, enthroned in heaven. We keep looking to the LORD our God for his mercy, just as servants keep their eyes on their master…for the slightest signal. ” (Psalm 123:1–2, NLT)
Nothing evangelizes like dandelions. They remind us that the church is called to evangelize the world. The gospel of Jesus Christ, carried by the wind of the Holy Spirit, spreads the message to the ends of the earth.
“Those who had been scattered preached the word wherever they went.” (Acts 8:4, NIV)